Skip to comments.Work to awake America to the Islamic extremist threat!
Posted on 09/08/2005 5:22:35 PM PDT by JesseP
If you havn't already, check out the United American Committee: A non-partisan federation of concerned Americans, promoting awareness of threats which face America from within our very own borders, primarily focusing on Islamic extremism in America. A movement to promote citizen involvement in national security issues, and to awake Washington on the issue of Islamic extremism. A diverse group, all Americans, united, striving for a better tomorrow in America. A tomorrow where our children may be free, free from Islamic extremist threats at home. Be sure to JOIN THE UNITED AMERICAN COMMITTEE to be kept up to date.
4. We encourage the judicial system of the United States to enact the following in regards to terrorist activities: Terrorist activities by those who wish to inflict injury of the common welfare of the United States and the American populace, who are captured while in the process of committing a terrorist attack as defined by the patriot act, shall not be allowed to continue spreading his/her ideology in any matter, but shall be dealt with by capital punishment, regardless of creed or race. For their accomplices, no parole shall ever be granted to those who have plotted or assisted in the plot against the common welfare of America and the American people.
Lunitic mohammadians will kill you bump.
I dont believe in Islamic extremism... or even Moderate Islam... Islam is Terrorism itself... believe it or not... if you dont believe me then read the Qur'an. Unless The President acknowledge this fact it would be tough for America to win this war against them...
Another interesting link- Al Qaeda, Nation of Islam, the Bloods and the Crips. . .
It cannot be said often enough!
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